Chapter 8 History

Chapter 8 History
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  • The Barbary Pirates and the USS Constitution
  • British Impressment of U.S. Citizens
  • The Embargo Act
  • The U.S. Sent The U.S.S. Constitution To Prevent The Attacks From The Pirates Of North Africa. These Pirates Would Steal Cargo And Hold Ships Crews For Ransom.
  • The Non-Intercourse Act
  • The British Began Stopping And Searching The U.S. Ships For Sailors Who Had Run Away From The British Navy. They Would Force Them To Return To The British Ships. Sometimes, U.S. Citizens Were Captured On "Accident". They Were Then Forced To Serve In The British Army. This Was Called Impressment, And Despite American Protests, Still Continued.
  • The Battle of Tippecanoe
  • The Embargo Act Banned All Trade With All Foreign Countries. This Act Was Not Very Popular, And Many People Were Unhappy. Expecially Traders In The U.S. Who Lived off Of What They Get Through Trade.
  • War Hawks in Congress
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